Eagle Creek Outfitters offers semi-guided hunts in Adams County, Ohio and Northern Kentucky

We offer five of the best weeks of deer hunting season in Adams County Ohio and Robertson County Kentucky. With over 450 acres in each sate, these farms are teaming with trophy bucks! Both locations include lodging and are close to towns with all the amenities you’ll need.

Hunting on our properties has been well managed for years. We here at EagleCreek want to make your hunt as successful as possible. That’s why we take the time to scout with cameras, design and plant food plots, and provide well-placed and comfortable tree stands and blinds. When our clients arrive, everything will be ready for them to hunt. Thank you for considering EagleCreek Outfitters and we hope to see you this Fall!

Eagle Creek Outfitters prides itself on offering quality semi-guided hunts for trophy deer in Ohio and Kentucky.

  • Tree Stands and Box Blinds are setup and ready to use

  • Food Plots are planted

  • Mineral Sites

  • Feeders

  • Lodging Included (meals are not included but both lodges have a full kitchen)

  • 140" Minimum on KY Trophy Properties

  • 130" Minimum on all OH Properties

Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below for a list of FAQ's regarding deer hunting at Eagle Creek Outfitters

  • How do I reserve a hunt?  Give us a call at 937-269-3408 to schedule your hunt.  50% is due at the time of booking with the remainder due 30 days prior to your hunt.

  • How is your weekly hunt organized?  All of our hunts are semi-guided.  You will be shown the areas including tree stands, food plots, feeders, recent trail cam pics prior to your hunt.  From there you will be able to choose your hunting locations.  One of our team members will be available if you need assistance or have questions.

  • Where will I be hunting?  You will be hunting on privately owned ground in the heart of big buck country in Southern Ohio or Northern Kentucky.

  • Is there a processor nearby?  Yes, there are several quality deer processors in the local area.

  • Can I bring a guest to stay at the lodge while I hunt?  Yes, you can have non-hunting guests for a small additional fee.

  • Do you have a "draw blood" policy?  Yes, if you wound a buck - that counts as your buck.  We enforce this rule to not over harvest the game on our properties.